Oldbury Neighbourhood Development Plan (ONDP) Examination

After undertaking the consultation on the submission of the Plan and evidence base, the Plan can now proceed to Examination

Staying informed

Below are the documents submitted to the Council as well as further updates on the Examination. Further updates will be made to the webpage as the examination progresses.

Update 14th December 2021 - Final Examiners Report published

After undertaking the factual check the council has now received the final Examiner's Report from the Examiner on 16 December 2020. This concludes the Examination and the council will now have 8 weeks to review the Report and publish a Determination Statement.

Update 15th September 2021

South Gloucestershire Council approached NPIERS (Neighbourhood Plan Independent Referral Service) and through discussion and agreement from the Neighbourhood Plan Group the Council have appointed Deborah McCann to undertake the Examination.

Update 16th August 2021  

South Gloucestershire Council is now in the process of appointing an examiner in liaison with the Oldbury Neighbourhood Planning Group. 

The council has now processed the responses received during the consultation and these can be found linked below.

Regulation 16 consultation comments

The comments received during the recent consultation which closed on 23/07/2021 can be found here

Oldbury Neighbourhood Development Plan Consultation Documents

    Below is the most update-to-date Oldbury Neighbourhood Development Plan.

   Evidence Base

  Below you will find evidence base documents that support particular policies within the Plan.

   Strategic Environment Assessment

   Oldbury on Severn Strategic Flood Risk Assessment

       - Time to Inundation – Oldbury Pill

       - Time to Inundation – Outfall failure

       - Time to Inundation – Power station

   Site Selection

   Housing Needs Assessment

   Village Character Assesssment

   Biodiversity action Plan


This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results, which will be published here in due course.


  • Opened
    18 Aug 2021 at 10:00
  • Closed
    30 Nov 2021 at 23:59


Consultation Topic
  • Planning policy & strategy
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